This week Sal and Steiny talk about the opening of NFL training camps and the 49ers and Raiders outlook on the 2015 season.
With championships by the San Francisco Giants and the Golden State Warriors coming in their last seasons, will Bay Area pro football teams be competitive? Is it possible Colin Kaepernick will benefit from Jim Harbaugh's departure? Is Derek Carr the future for Oakland?
Castaneda and Steinmetz will add their opinions on the above and also throw in a few basketball notes to round out the show.
Episode No. 31 is dedicated to Adonal Foyle, who was a guest on the Sal and Steiny Show several weeks back and someone who wore the No. 31 when he played.
It's all I could think of to lead off this description.
Anyway, Castaneda and Steinmetz talk about Jed York's comments about how Jim Tomsula could do for the 49ers what Steve Kerr did for the Warriors, why the Giants aren't worth talking about at this point and whether anyone is really going to get into golf because of Jordan Speith.
They say it's the "slowest sports week of the year," but Castaneda and Steinmetz don't think so -- not by a long shot. The major-league baseball all-star game was a success, and we want more of Pete Rose. Apparently, so do most fans.
Sal and Steiny talk about Mike Trout and Bryce Harper and wonder why Harper, so far, is even mentioned in the same breath as the "Millville Meteor." Also, recently a national publication called the San Francisco Giants' infield the best in baseball. To which Steiny says: "Really?"
Other topics include the NBA offseason, Tiger Woods and the British Open and what happens when a prison bus breaks down on I-580 during rush hour.
After a run of 28 consecutive weeks of shows, Sal and Steiny took their first respite of their young podcast careers. So, what did the boys do on their week off? Well, Castaneda went to Vegas and Steinmetz went to the Women's World Cup in Vancouver.
Steinmetz said the Women's World Cup Final -- a 5-2 U.S. victory -- was the greatest sporting event he's seen in his entire life. Castaneda said the pool at his Vegas hotel was off the chain, too.
Sal and Steiny get into a few subjects as summer starts, including David Lee's tenure with the Warriors, why the Giants and A's are still in OK positions and why baseball's All-Star Game just aint what it used to be.